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It is under construction now and should be pretty interesting. This diversification of revenue is one of the very interesting changes in the industry in recent history. Never seen all the smokers in casinos? Too much oxygen causes explosion? Even when they still used coins, the hopper was coated in a special type of metal to make a certain noise. That reading may very well be limited to my type of pov. Really new things often fail dismally their first few times out, whether due to timing, execution, or a combination thereof. Friends ask me why I like Vegas so much. Dave 04 Oct 06 Great post! Everything happens at regular intervals. I could go on for hours and hours on some of the nuances in these places. And then it happens again. People are paying attention. Hunter 04 Oct 06 Oh yeah, the audio stuff is very well planned out.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} John S. I could go on and on. Gotta have hotdogs after walking around Ikea for 3 hours…. How are they trained? On my last trip to Vegas my first visit in quite awhile there were no coins to be seen or heard anywhere. Let's add value. Who said that? What do they know? Thanks Matt for bringing it up. Get refreshed, have a drink or something to eat. Different designers have different motivations and the overall point of my post was to emphasize how priorities in casino design have radically shifted over time. So making it hard to get out becomes about keeping and deepening the users attention and invovlement. Jon Maddox 04 Oct 06 One of my favorites is the bathrooms. And practically clueless where the entrance was. Anyway, I still think it was an interesting topic even if it degenerated. As I write this, it just occured to me also, that going back much further in history, the study of famous and extensive mazes might be an interesting place to uncover a few further sociological and psychological analogies. I read it as proposing the idea of using obervation of casino design and user behavior in them to obtain another valuable perspective on design and resultant behavior in any venue. Some say casinos are pumped full of oxygen so gamblers feel more awake and energetic. The typical layout allows the user to enter the bathroom from one entrance, and exit on the other side, placing them smack dab in the middle of the casino. Bets are placed. Early development of cable television is a good place to find examples of this. Bellagio has skylights in the conservatory and the Via Bellagio shops, as well as windows overlooking the lake via the Fontana Lounge. Thank you. Two major shifts in the past 15 years heavily into themes as one and now away from themes as a second. The other interesting thing to note is the shift in the revenue mix. Dice are rolled. I was going to say something about watches, but George beat me to it. Wynn Las Vegas expands on the light factor significantly but Encore, the WLV expansion, will really be the place to use skylights all over the place. Cards are dealt. Then get ready for the next round: the marketplace. The comment that this is an old idea surprises me. I toured the back of house at Bellagio - truly amazing mini-city underground. Hunter 04 Oct 06 Bellagio has skylights in the conservatory and the Via Bellagio shops, as well as windows overlooking the lake via the Fontana Lounge. Gamblers used to get a break while dealers reshuffled. No other place on earth can economically sustain these mega-resorts and they are some of the most interesting buildings every built. Expensive book but very cool. The next level of Ikea then barrages you with a combination of goods that are conspicuously cheap, but that you may not actually need along with the rather more expensive items that you really came for. What I was getting at was that the stuff in the original post reflect the rules of casino design in the past. I went to look page if you want to see it in the 2nd edition and it even has many of the same mentions. Very exciting stuff. Joe Ruby 04 Oct 06 Some say casinos are pumped full of oxygen so gamblers feel more awake and energetic. From the plans that we saw, a huge garden sits next to the casino. And when a gambler feels they can affect the outcome — by throwing the die, choosing a roulette number, or deciding when to split at blackjack — a feeling of control develops that keeps them gambling longer. The result: a completely immersive and compelling customer experience. NOTE: We'd rather not moderate, but off-topic, blatantly inflammatory, or otherwise inappropriate or vapid comments may be removed. Wheels are spun. That would be stupid, how would workers know when their break is over? Not so much anymore. Interesting note: Casinos have slowly phased out deck shuffling by installing automatic shufflers. I dub 37Signals, the casino of web2. The things that motivate or turn people away in any physical or virtual application, new or old, can inform different people in different ways when innovation and creation is the task at hand. And cheap hotdogs. Star City in Sydney is an interesting mix of casino design and tailoring your content to your consumers… and in doing so, is very foreign to Americans used to Vegas.. I was kinda bummed… I always liked the sound of coins dropping. Every craps table, blackjack table, roulette wheel, and slot machine will take your cash. Not related to the discussion, but funny memory nevertheless. Others say this is just a myth that, if true, would result in a tremendous fire hazard. One of my favorites is the bathrooms. Hunter 04 Oct 06 BTW, great topic. Totally disagree with that. Bellagio was the last of the resorts built in that style. No sounds from the slots, no real screaming from the floor…. A truely great read! Dez 04 Oct 06 Star City in Sydney is an interesting mix of casino design and tailoring your content to your consumers… and in doing so, is very foreign to Americans used to Vegas.. Perhaps it is trying to create a direct equivalent that is an old and passe idea. Yes, I have a Vegas Web site, I made no attempt at all to hide that fact. The analogies between real estate development and web development are endless and many basic theories barely explored. Who are these people? Now the exit signs and cash bar are probably due to laws, etc.. SP 04 Oct 06 …coins hit metal… Not so much anymore. Repeat offenders will be banned from commenting. And these are just SOME of the things we know about. There are thousands of places to hand over money to the casino. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Gamblers are made to feel like they influence the process. There may be a lot of natural light in and around the entrances to the casino, you are absolutely right that there is none at the gaming tables. More oxygen will only make burn the cigarette faster, I am not sure about its effect on humanbeings. Ryan Turner 04 Oct 06 Fascinating conversation. This is where the casino analogy in particular is brilliant. How much of their experience really overlaps or translates to web design? It was all done with debit card-type things. Applying it to 2. How do they think? So, if there is a fire hazard having lot of oxygen can be risky. What designers or designs do you most admire or have interest in? Do they focus on people, product, and process?